Reality

Reality

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The Constitution Versus Freedom

I was dating a young woman, and, not for the first time in my life among people, I expressed an opinion she didn’t like. She replied, “You know, until now I thought a lot of you.” My reply was, quite sincerely, “If your good opinion is that easily lost, I’d rather not be burdened with […]
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Wordism vs Nationalism

Michael C. Tuggle’s Edgefield Journal article, “True Believers and the South,” reminded me about Eric Hoffer. Hoffer was a philosopher many of our so-called “intellectuals” are trying desperately to forget. He had several characteristics the modern academic cannot stand. To start with, the ideal of the modern
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Flat Earth Philosophy

Wordism cannot allow freedom of speech because Wordism is based on a particular set of opinions. That is what Wordism IS. Discussion of differing opinions makes a Wordist society unstable. A society based on loyalty to race can allow freedom speech. But it cannot allow freedom of LOYALTY. In America before the
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It is Written

The word “progressive” means that one has accomplished what Merlin did, but in more detail and over a longer period. The English language allows to you to “move” in any direction, but “progress,” by definition, is toward a very specific goal. In the literal sense, to be progressive means you are accepted as a
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